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bilzmale

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Jul 17, 2010
124
Perth, Western Australia
Been neglecting my Oly 60mm macro so did some close-ups using the tele range rather than true macros.

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wee-pics

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Sep 13, 2016
104
Germany
Help needed.
I've been fighting a long time with "reds". They always look oversaturated and don't get the details that show the blues, greens and yellows. This was already the case with prints from slides and has not changed for me in the digital times.
Is there any way to get them better? So far my attempts are modest, maybe because I'm still a newbie in PP.
This poppy is of a darker red than the wild ones, it was planted by the gardener of our local park. Yet too little detail.
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bilzmale

Super Moderator Emeritus
Jul 17, 2010
124
Perth, Western Australia
Help needed.
I've been fighting a long time with "reds". They always look oversaturated and don't get the details that show the blues, greens and yellows. This was already the case with prints from slides and has not changed for me in the digital times.
Is there any way to get them better? So far my attempts are modest, maybe because I'm still a newbie in PP.
This poppy is of a darker red than the wild ones, it was planted by the gardener of our local park. Yet too little detail.
Reds have always been problematic afaik. Found this rather old discussion over on photonet which may help.


Another discussion here.

 

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